Grateful Dead Live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on 1982-07-29
- Audience, Rocksuitcase, Executive Crew, Summer Dead, Olvy Johnson, Kyle Holbrook, Red Rocks Amphitheatre
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Minglewood Blues-> Friend Of The Devil, Cassidy, Loser, Feel Like A Stranger, Tennessee Jed-> Looks Like Rain, Might As Well
Cold Rain & Snow-> Samson & Delilah, Crazy Fingers-> I Need A Miracle-> Drums-> The Other One-> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad-> Wharf Rat-> Around & Around-> Good Lovin', E: Brokedown Palace
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|Friend Of The Devil /|
|Feel Like A Stranger //|
|Tennessee Jed-> * /|
|Looks Like Rain + /|
|Might As Well|
|Cold Rain & Snow->|
|Samson & Delilah /|
|I Need A Miracle->|
|The Other One->|
|Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad->|
|Around & Around->|
// tape flip
* Missing start
+ feedback from PA 46:40ish
# Missed some drums, we would start when Jerry, Bob,
and Phil came on stage.
/ Our practice at the time was to stop the recorder after
every time the band stopped. The theory was saving
batteries and tape space. We would learn to record the
entire show by Spring 83!
Due to steady rain all show there are some PA problems set 1.
The PA issues are on other AUD recordings; they sound like clipping issues all through the show (speaker distortion during high SPL's).
Set1: PA Levels vary & sound muddy during Minglewood. Clears up at FOTD.
Set2: PA sound didn't settle in until Samson
Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison CO Night 3 SUN July 29 1982
mic location- 110 feet from stage dead center (first row behind soundboard)
We had found Olvy a SUN ticket the day before and were finally able to absorb the park, take it in a bit, go to the visitors bureau hut and such before heading in a bit late for us. We wound up directly behind the soundboard in the midst of several other tapers. This was the first time we met and spoke with other tapers. Which resulted in the first time we felt embarrassed or out of place with our straw cowboy hat "mic stand". One guy mentioned we should buy a stand and we started thinking about it after that.
This show was the ultimate wrapping up of a three day run in a magical location like Red Rocks. Phil's bass was booming- but perfectly clear, Jerry's leads were soaring and Bobby was in great form. But it RAINED - both sets! Even the Dead's vaunted sound crew had problems with the PA, crackling can be heard on all recordings made of this show. All in all, the sound quality of this tape, and others on the LMA, are pretty good, considering it rained the entire show. The second Other One in 3 days had the tour heads buzzing and the entire atmosphere was electric. I'm pretty sure this is when I got the bug to go on tour and tape as many of these things as I could. The complete story of our summer tour can be read in the text file.
- 2017-06-22 10:50:36
- Beyer M201's (hyper cardiod)in brim of straw cowboy hat >> Sony TCD5M w Maxell XL-II, Dolby B ONPlayback: Nakamichi LX-5 ->Marantz PMD 661|SD card 24/96Processing:SD->Audacity (Windows 7)-> CDWav editor ->TLH (flac) set 1 All but Minglewood: equalized with 3-4 dB overall bass boost below 400Hz & 1-2 dB 500-2.4k mid boost & 5-10K 1-2 dB boost. set 2 equalized with 3-4 dB overall bass boost below 400Hz & 1-2 dB 500-2.4k mid boost & 5-10K 1-2 dB boostTaped by; Executive Crew: Kyle Holbrook & Olvy JohnsonTransferred by Kyle Holbrook
- Morrison, CO
- Run time
- <b></b>flac16 44.1khz Source Audience Recording: Beyer M 201c Location: 110 feet from stage|DFC (1st row behind soundboard)
- Transferred by
- Kyle Holbrook
- Red Rocks Amphitheatre
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